**I will announce all tests with at least one week notice. All study guides are posted here on Weebly. The units of study are listed below. All tests will be handed back to students so that they can discuss their progress with their parents. However, they MUST be returned to me, Mrs. Ellis, with a parent signature within three days of being passed back. If a student is making corrections or turning in a reflection, it must be stapled to the front of the test.**

Tests -

Tests -

**Study Guides -**

They can be printed from this site and found under the tab "5th Grade Math Study Guides and Check Lists". All study guides will be posted at least one week in advance. I spend a great deal of time preparing the study guide and expect that each child will use it. I list helpful student reference pages, journal pages and study link pages for each topic. I list all the vocabulary that will be used on the test and list the concepts they should master for the test. I encourage the students to complete the "Check Your Understanding" sections found at the bottom of each Student Reference Page.

**One study link will be assigned each night except on Monday. On Monday, there will be two study links assigned. Our district does not allow homework on Fridays at the elementary level, so the study link that follows Friday's lesson will be assigned Monday night.**

Study Links -

Study Links -

The students must use the answer key provided on the back of the "Parent Letter" (always the first study link of the unit) to correct their own study link. This must be done the night before and brought to class already corrected. I will check for correcting marks and a score. Students that do not score well on the study link or have questions regarding any of the homework are encouraged to ask for clarification. I will also do a study link follow up lesson to check for understanding.

I do not keep record of their scores in my gradebook. I will only keep a record of complete/incomplete. They are not to tear out the study link and must keep them until the day of the test. I will ask them to staple them to the coversheet and turn them in on the day of the test.

**Parents**: Please encourage your child to actively participate in their own learning. If they have a question or do not understand the study link assignment, encourage them to ask for clarification right away. They can ask me using Edmodo, email, or ask in class the next day.

**Checklist -**

Checklists are always due on the day of the test. All study links for that chapter, review sheets, practice tests, and study guides should be stapled, in order, with the coversheet on top. Students will record the score they received on each study link so that they are self aware of their own strengths/weaknesses. They will receive one point for each study link and five points for each practice test. The total points possible is listed at the bottom of the checklist.

**Parents:**Please review all the work stapled to the coversheet, discuss the progress with your child (ex: I see that you missed 5 questions on studylink 1.4... Do you know how/why you got them wrong? Do you understand what to do now?) and sign the coversheet.

**5th Grade Everyday Math Units and Lessons**

**Unit 1: Number Theory**

Checklist for Unit 1

Lesson 1.1 Introduction to the Student Reference Book

Lesson 1.2 Rectangular Arrays

Lesson 1.3 Factors

Lesson 1.4 The Factor Captor Game

Lesson 1.5 Divisibility

Lesson 1.6 Prime and Composite Numbers

Lesson 1.7 Square Numbers

Lesson 1.8 Unsquaring Numbers

Lesson 1.9 Factor Strings and Prime Factorizations

Lesson 1.10 Progress Check 1 (Test on Unit 1)

Study Guide for Unit 1

**Unit 2: Estimation and Computation**

Lesson 2.1 Estimation Challenge

Lesson 2.2 Addition of Whole Numbers and Decimals

Lesson 2.3 Subtraction of Whole Numbers and Decimals

Lesson 2.4 Addition and Subtraction Numer Stories

Lesson 2.5 Estimate Your Reaction Time

Lesson 2.6 Chance Events

Lesson 2.7 Estimating Products

Lesson 2.8 Multiplication of Whole Numbers and Decimals

Lesson 2.9 The Lattice Method of Multiplication

Lesson 2.10 Comparing Millions, Billions, and Trillions

Lesson 2.11 Progress Check 2 (Test on Chapter 2)

Study Guide for Unit 2

**Unit 3: Geometry Explorations and the American Tour**

Lesson 3.1 Introduction to the American Tour

Lesson 3.2 American Tour: Population Data

Lesson 3.3 Exploring Angle Measures

Lesson 3.4 Using a Protractor

Lesson 3.5 Using a Compass

Lesson 3.6 Congruent Triangles

Lesson 3.7 Properties of Polygons

Lesson 3.8 Regular Tessellations

Lesson 3.9 Angles of Polygons

Lesson 3.10 Solving Problems Using the Geometery Template

Lesson 3.11 Progress Check 3 (Test on Unit 3)

Study Guide for Unit 3

**Unit 4: Division**

Lesson 4.1 Division Facts and Extensions

Lesson 4.2 The Partial-Quotients Division Algorithm

Lesson 4.3 American Tour: Finding Distances on a Map

Lesson 4.4 Partial-Quotients Algorithm Strategies

Lesson 4.5 Division of Decimal Numbers

Lesson 4.6 Interpreting the Remainder

Lesson 4.7 Skills Review with First to 100

Lesson 4.8 Progress Check 4 (Test on Unit 4)

Study Guide for Unit 4

**Unit 5: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents**

Lesson 5.1 Fraction Review

Lesson 5.2 Mixed Numbers

Lesson 5.3 Comparing and Ordering Fractions

Lesson 5.4 Two Rules for Finding Equivalent Fractions

Lesson 5.5 Fractions and Decimals: Part 1

Lesson 5.6 Fractions and Decimals: Part 2

Lesson 5.7 Fractions and Decimals: Part 3

Lesson 5.8 Using a Calculator to Convert Fractions to Percents

Lesson 5.9 Bar and Circle Graphs

Lesson 5.10 The Percent Circle: Reading Circle Graphs

Lesson 5.11 The Percent Circle: Making Circle Graphs

Lesson 5.12 American Tour: School Days

Lesson 5.13 Progress Check 5 (Test on Unit 5)

Study Guide for Unit 5

**Unit 6: Using Data: Addition and Subtraction of Fractions**

Lesson 6.1 Organizing Data

Lesson 6.2 Natural Measures of Length

Lesson 6.3 Stem-and-Leaf Plots for Hand and Finger Measures

Lesson 6.4 Mystery Plots

Lesson 6.5 Sample Size and Sound Conclusions

Lesson 6.6 Analysis of Sample Data

Lesson 6.7 American Tour: Climate

Lesson 6.8 Using a Slide Rule to Add and Subtract Fractions

Lesson 6.9 Clock Fractions and Common Denominators

Lesson 6.10 Quick Common Denominators

Lesson 6.11 Progress Check 6 (Test on Unit 6)

Study Guide for Unit 6

**Unit 7: Exponents and Negative Numbers**

Lesson 7.1 Exponential Notation

Lesson 7.2 Exponential Notation for Powers of 10

Lesson 7.3 Scientific Notation

Lesson 7.4 Parentheses in Number Sentences

Lesson 7.5 Order of Operations

Lesson 7.6 American Tour: Line Graphs

Lesson 7.7 Using Negative Numbers

Lesson 7.8 Addition of Positive and Negative Numbers

Lesson 7.9 Subtraction of Positive and Negative Numbers

Lesson 7.10 Using a Slide Rule to Add and Subtract

Lesson 7.11 Calculator Practice: Working with Negative Numbers

Lesson 7.12 Progress Check (Test on Unit 7)

Study Guide for Unit 7

**Unit 8: Fractions and Ratios**

Lesson 8.1 Review: Comparing Fractions

Lesson 8.2 Adding Mixed Numbers

Lesson 8.3 Subtracting Mixed Numbers

Lesson 8.4 Calculator Practice: Computation with Fractions

Lesson 8.5 Fractions of Fractions

Lesson 8.6 An Area Model for Fraction Multiplication

Lesson 8.7 Multiplication of Fractions and Whole Numbers

Lesson 8.8 Multiplication of Mixed Numbers

Lesson 8.9 Finding a Percent of a Number

Lesson 8.10 Relating Fractional Units to the Whole

Lesson 8.11 American Tour: Rural and Urban

Lesson 8.12 Fraction Division

Lesson 8.13 Progress Check 8 (Test on Unit 8)

Study Guide for Unit 8

**Unit 9: Coordinates, Area, Volume, and Capacity**

Lesson 9.1 Hidden Treasure: A Coordinate Game

Lesson 9.2 Coordinate Graphs: Part 1

Lesson 9.3 Coordinate Graphs: Part 2

Lesson 9.4 Area of Rectangles

Lesson 9.5 The Rectangle Method for Finding Area

Lesson 9.6 Formulas for the Area of Triangles and Parallelograms

Lesson 9.7 Earth's Water Surface

Lesson 9.8 Volume of Rectangular Prisms

Lesson 9.9 Volume of Right Prisms

Lesson 9.10 Capacity: Liter, Milliliter, and Cubic Centimeter

Lesson 9.11 Progress Check 9 (Test on Unit 9)

Study Guide for Unit 9

**Unit 10: Using Data; Algebra Concepts and Skills**

Lesson 10.1 Pan-Balance Problems

Lesson 10.2 Pan-Balance Problems with Two Balances

Lesson 10.3 Algebraic Expressions

Lesson 10.4 Rules, Tables, and Graphs: Part 1

Lesson 10.5 American Tour: Old Faithful's Next Eruption

Lesson 10.6 Rules, Tables, and Graphs: Part 2

Lesson 10.7 Reading Graphs

Lesson 10.8 Circumference of a Circle

Lesson 10.9 Area of Circles

Lesson 10.10 Progress Check 10 (Test on Unit 10)

Study Guide for Unit 10

**Unit 11: Volume**

Lesson 11.1 Review of Geometric Solids: Part 1

Lesson 11.2 Review of Geometric Solids: Part 2

Lesson 11.3 Volume of Cylinders

Lesson 11.4 Volume of Pyramids and Cones

Lesson 11.5 Finding Volume by a Displacement Method

Lesson 11.6 Capacity and Weight

Lesson 11.7 Surface Area

Lesson 11.8 Progress Check 11 (Test on Unit 11)

Study Guide for Unit 11

**Unit 12: Probability, Ratios, and Rates**

Lesson 12.1 Factor Trees

Lesson 12.2 Choices, Tree Diagrams, and Probability

Lesson 12.3 American Tour: Ratio Exploration

Lesson 12.4 Ratios of Parts to Wholes

Lesson 12.5 Number Models for Ratio Number Stories

Lesson 12.6 Finding Your Heart Rate

Lesson 12.7 Collecting, Graphing, and Interpreting Data

Lesson 12.8 Finding Your Cardiac Output

Lesson 12.9 Progress Check 12 (Test on Unit 12)

Study Guide for Unit 12